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Health and Hospitals State Expenditures Percent of Total in 2017

RankStateFIPS Code% of Total Expenditure
1Kansas2000017.1%
2Missouri2900014.5%
3Virginia5100012.5%
4Washington5300012.4%
5Utah4900012.2%
6South Carolina4500010.8%
7Hawaii1500010.4%
8Oregon4100010.3%
9Iowa190009.9%
10Mississippi280009.8%
11Michigan260009.3%
12Alabama010009.2%
13Connecticut090008.9%
13Ohio390008.9%
15New Mexico350008.3%
16Wisconsin550007.9%
17Pennsylvania420007.8%
18Texas480007.5%
19Kentucky210007.1%
20Arkansas050006.7%
21North Carolina370006.6%
22New Jersey340006.5%
23Florida120006.2%
24Vermont500005.9%
25Wyoming560005.8%
26North Dakota380005.7%
27Georgia130005.6%
28Oklahoma400005.3%
29New York360005.1%
30California060005.0%
30Colorado080005.0%
30Illinois170005.0%
33Delaware100004.9%
34Nebraska310004.6%
35Maryland240004.4%
36Montana300004.1%
37Nevada320004.0%
38Massachusetts250003.8%
38South Dakota460003.8%
40Rhode Island440003.5%
41Tennessee470003.4%
42West Virginia540003.0%
43Louisiana220002.7%
44Idaho160002.4%
44New Hampshire330002.4%
46Maine230002.3%
47Alaska020001.8%
47Indiana180001.8%
47Minnesota270001.8%
50Arizona040001.5%

Data Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

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